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Feb 2, 2013 7:00am EST
northern nevada to complement the veterans home in boulder city. [applause] nevada cherishes its veterans, and these resources will help insure that our service members receive the benefits they deserve. we owe the men and women who serve our country nothing less than total victory. prison -- [applause] ladies and gentlemen, by doing all of these things we are laying the groundwork for the future of our children and their families. they are the foundation of my budget and will continue to be the primary focus of my administration. my executive budget that will be transmitted to the legislature tonight represents general fund spending of approximately $6.5 billion for the next two years which is a modest increase over my last budget. caseload growth in health and human services drives much of this increase. my commitment to k-12 education has also increased spending for our schools. but we must only allow for growth that our fragile economic recovery can bear. in this budget we've reduced the tax burden on local businesses, we've addressed increasing caseloads, and we've begun to
Feb 9, 2013 6:00am EST
live in a big city can't kiss their lover on the street. we must not leave behind the transgendered immigrations who has the true self-not honored as she is detained in the men's facility. [applause] as we win in-housing, public accommodation and housing we will we must continue to ask who in our family is hurting. who is unable to live their lives completely free of prejudice and violence and persecution. this is our moment. this is our lgbt movement moment. but if we are to be truly transformational as movement, we must use this moment not only to benefit lgbt people, but to benefit the country as a whole. that is our leadership challenge as a movement. [applause] this year, i have seen hundreds of ways we stand with each other, hold each other as family how we expand our hearts, love and commitment and compassion for each other. i have seen activists risk deportation by being out about being gay and an immigrant dare to tell the story of their whole identity. you'll get to meet them tomorrow. [applause] i have been with reproductive rights and justice leaders we work to make the
Feb 23, 2013 7:00am EST
. king about the civil-rights bill passed the city of atlanta built a sports stadium that didn't own with money and didn't have where it was located. it got the milwaukee braves to moved here to become the first professional sports team in the south. dr. king said that when negros which was the term than negated themselves from segregation, because it was right and went to the core premise of equal soles and equal votes, to the core of the constitution and the core of the scriptures it would liberate the white south. psychologically, economically, in so many other ways. so the question that i want to pose to you is the same question that drove me to say the second reason beyond the teachers, do this, try to make it salience, to get people to address the question of why is there such a tremendous disconnect between the broad liberation that has been used across the land at relatively low cost historically. people suffered and there were many markers and a lot of violence and psychic damage but for the amount of social change produced, it was remarkable civilized. it brought lots and l
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